Lilith brings out the sex goddess in you! She’s your sexual instinct, your inner temptress, that irresistible something you cannot put your finger on.
You find Lilith in your birth-chart, drawing to you people and experiences that have great magnetic force in your life. Lilith breaks taboos. She reveals your sexual fantasies and your dark shadow.
Lilith is also where others find you dangerous, demonic, terrifying. She is pure instinct, alluring, unfettered, a force that can mesmerise, create, destroy
But legend actually has it that Lilith was Adam’s first wife, before Eve. She was way too independent and sexually liberated so she was cast out of Eden and demonised by Jewish lore for her wild ways
To truly understand Lilith, no matter our gender, we have to become aware of our feminine sexual nature that cannot be contained or controlled
While Pluto will shove sexual needs aside, giving in to taboos and creating the field of energy that has to burst at some point, Lilith won’t stand for this dismissal and repression, and has the need to fight for her rights.
Modern Christianity hasn’t really moved very far from the point where Eve is the best manifestation of women, and it is hard to say when the role of Lilith will be accepted and if it ever will
Lilith is in fact the purest form of feminine sexuality, and her lack of tact, subtlety and control is what makes it an outcast
Lilith is always an ugly breakup, a misunderstanding and disrespect in its core, and it won’t be easy to interpret it as anything less than what it is
Being surrounded by Liliths in all forms, we must ask ourselves if the impact of Lilith on our lives might be much more profound than we think
She's has a dark power about her and is associated with unbridled, wild energy and destruction. But her wildness is an important part of the creative life force, because destruction and creation are so intricately connected
Lilith is a dark place in our charts, and to know where that darkness comes from is as important as knowing where it can take us and how and when
Dealing with our own dark side is never easy. If you can be pushed to extremes in your career path, it is important to know that. Should you ever be provoked, justly or unjustly, you’ll need to be able to keep your vengefulness under control
Technically speaking, the Black Moon Lilith is a mathematical point that’s exactly in between the earth and the moon. Essentially, it's empty space. Astrologically, it is represented by crescent moon glyph with a cross on the bottom
Lilith combines all of that plus metamorphosis into all that we have beneath our skin, the bits that didn’t wear away, that stayed alive and true about us. They are still there. We need to acknowledge them and face them, to make them our own.